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    Cronenberg's Cannes Winner 'Maps to the Stars' Takes Focus World Route, Skips Oscars

    Julianne Moore can kiss goodbye to any hopes she was nursing for an Oscar campaign for David Cronenberg's Cannes Best Actress winner "Maps to the Stars," which is set to play Toronto and New York festivals.

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    Watch: First Trailer For Abel Ferrara's 'Pasolini' Starring Willem Dafoe

    Abel Ferrara has always been known for creating characters and stories that delve into the most extreme of human behaviours, but for his latest couple of films, he's tackled real life people whose actions speak for themselves. Earlier this year the filmmaker unveiled "Welcome To New York," the ficti...

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    Richard Lormand at the Toronto Film Festival 2014

    After a couple of years’ absence publicist/ producer, Richard Lormand is returning to Toronto with a satchel full of films. Check these out because when he chooses films, he chooses them well.

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    Review: 'The Look of Silence' is Joshua Oppenheimer's First-Rate Followup to 'The Act of Killing'

    Feeling the reverberations of the Indonesian genocide, a man confronts its perpetrators in this bold companion piece to "The Act of Killing."

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    Listen: How Has Telluride Changed the Oscar Race? Anne Thompson and Eric Kohn Discuss on Indiewire's Podcast

    Indiewire's critic and editor-at-large report from the Colorado festival on a crop of new films bound to receive a lot more attention in the near future.

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    Oscars 2015 : Best Foreign Language Film Contenders - Europe Part 1

    Early predictions have emerged for most Academy Award categories. As the studios reveal their hopeful offers to be released in the final months of the year, the speculation increases. But despite all the information available on the centerpiece awards, other more obscure races remain a complete myst...

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    Review: Why 'Birdman' is the First Modern Showbiz Satire

    Michael Keaton nabs the role of a lifetime in Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu's wonderfully strange look at an aging actor fighting to stay relevant.

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    Telluride Review: Josh Hutcherson Flees Menacing Benicio Del Toro in Solid B-Movie 'Escobar: Paradise Lost'

    Colombia's most famous drug lord gets second-billing in this tense story of a young man struggling to escape the cartel's reign of terror.

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    Watch: Trailer For Roy Andersson's Trilogy Finale 'A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence'

    While the word "trilogy" usually conjures thoughts of blockbusters, it's a term that's not unfamiliar to the arthouse world. Richard Linklater closed off his 'Before' series last year and now a beloved international filmmaker is getting ready to finish on his own series. Roy Andersson will be premie...

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    Telluride Review: Ethan Hawke Discovers a Brilliant Mind in 'Seymour: An Introduction'

    In his first documentary, the actor-director explores the Zen-like approach of under-appreciated piano master Seymour Bernstein.

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